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Parents need to know that Yarn - Chat Fiction is a subscription-based fiction story app that includes stories based on text messages.
Users read the stories as if they're peeking at other people's text- and image-based conversations.
There is also a camera feature, which has been referenced in some of the Facebook messages about Talking Angela. There’s not even the “swipe down with two fingers” or “write this sequence of numbers as figures” parental gate that’s become common in children’s apps in recent months.
It’s true that it encourages users to look into their device’s camera and make specific gestures: nod, shake head, smile, yawn or stick out their tongue, so Angela can copy it.
When you type the chocolate thing or cookie this I don’t really know what it is it wants your picture so the guy can see what you look like.
Parents do not get this game the game finds all of your information.
All of this sort of misinformation is completely unfounded.
We’ve spent a good deal of time testing the Talking Angela app, and it has shown no sign of being anything other than what it is supposed to be.
Some stories on Yarn are based on celebrities such as Le Bron James and the Kardashians.
Likewise, Sophos’ Naked Security site also found warnings that the Talking Angela app is prompting children to behave in ways that raise privacy concerns to br unfounded: “Talking Angela” is just another entry in a series of similar harmless apps for kids created by the same developer: The truth is that “Talking Angela” appears to be entirely benign, and there are no obvious privacy concerns that differentiate it from thousands of other i Phone apps.